#1: Dimensional Caramel Brown Balayage on Long Hair
Opt for a dimensional caramel balayage. Enhancing the caramel highlights and mixing darker brown tones create the perfect blend. My favorite thing about this look is the mix of lighter and darker natural tones paired with a natural soft wave style. If you are considering an ash caramel balayage, you should know that a dimensional look can add a lot of depth to your color. But, it can also be done in a way where the dimension is subtle and soft. A caramel balayage is the perfect color to consider if you want something lower maintenance. Balayage highlights are feathered up to the root creating a shadow, so this look stays seamless as it grows out.
#2: Middle-Parted Caramel Beige Balayage
Try a middle-parted beige balayage for your seasonal color transition! This has caramel chocolate balayage tones, which is great when you want some light but need depth to balance your skin tone. If you want a perfect neutral hair color, this is your tone!
#3: Dimensional Caramel Brown Balayage
A dimensional caramel brown balayage is bound to look phenomenal on you. Ask your hairstylist for a warmer tone, like a red-brown or copper brown for your darker color on top and a light golden caramel for your end color. It’s important not to lighten all ends and only lighten some, as that will give your copper caramel balayage hair the most dimension and shine.
#4: Beautiful Long Dark Caramel Hair with Waves
You can’t go wrong with beautiful long dark caramel hair with waves. Chocolate and caramel balayage colors are combined in this hair color idea, creating a luxurious and gorgeous effect.
One of the best ways to achieve waves is to use a one-and-a-quarter-inch curling iron. When curling your hair, place your hair in the curling iron and curl it. When it’s time to remove the curling iron, avoid releasing the clamp. Instead, pull straight down with your iron. Once your hair is completely unraveled, then release your clamped hair. This technique gives you more of a wave than a curl. Avoid combing or touching curls until completely cooled. Then brush through your hair for beautiful waves.
#5: Solid Caramel Balayage with Curled Tips
If you’re looking for a classic, my go-to is a solid caramel balayage with curled tips. The color always looks natural and grows out beautifully. Especially for natural dirty blonde to light brown hair. Keep in mind caramel tones do fade more quickly. I advise pre-booking your next appointment for a color glaze about 4 weeks out. Always use professional color care shampoo and conditioner in between salon visits. It will not only extend the life of your color but keep your chemically treated hair happy and healthy.
#6: Romantic Brunette Colored Hair
Get that beautiful light-catching effect on your natural chocolate hair by getting these sweet and warm highlights! Ideal if you have naturally wavy hair at any length!
#7: Defined Caramel Balayage on Brown Hair
A warm caramel blend on your brunette hair offers a unique contrast for a more defined and dimensional hairstyle. These caramel brown highlights have a universal shade that looks brilliant on all skin tones.
#8: Gorgeous Caramel Balayage with Curled Ends
A gorgeous caramel balayage with curled ends is so yummy! The way the caramel highlights swirl with the dark, natural color is the perfect dimensional combination. To go lighter takes patience, so be sure to disclose all your previous coloring services. This way, your stylist can better formulate to achieve your desired color. Always use a professional shampoo and conditioner to keep your light caramel balayage healthy and fresh.
#9: Dark Long Hair with a Caramel-Toned Money Piece
If you want to enhance your dark long hair, try a caramel-toned money piece. This is a great way to brighten up your hair color without going fully light. And this balayage caramel hair gives your look natural dimension and depth. When in doubt, tone your hair one shade darker than you would normally. Toners fade gradually with each shampoo. So, even if it’s slightly darker caramel than you intended, it will soon be the shade you originally wanted.
#10: Stunning Caramel Beige Balayage
Try a stunning caramel beige-toned balayage if you have naturally dark hair. This caramel ash balayage softens the darker tone of your locks and adds brightness to your face. Dyeing your hair with a balayage technique will give you a soft grow-out line. In my professional opinion, highlights are a great way to add brightness to dark hair.
#11: Sleek Caramel Balayage on Virgin Hair
Caramel balayage is timeless and flattering on virgin hair. This look should be achieved by finding a stylist experienced in hand-painted highlights. Show your stylist multiple pictures of the look you want to ensure they understand exactly what you’re looking for.
#12: Luscious Brown with Strawberry Blonde Balayage
Catch the light on your tresses with this rosy color melt of a strawberry blonde balayage that makes brunette hair even more luscious and shiny! Wavy or straight, this paint job will work on you!
#13: Yummy Dark Caramel with Honey Highlights
Get a little glow from sweetly tinted chocolate hair that will give you a fresh look! These honey caramel balayage highlights are fabulous on any hair length and texture!
#14: Inspiring Golden Brown Highlights on Light Brown Hair
Mesmerizing buttery blonde light brown hair is so silky and smooth, making your hair appear soft and healthy! All skin tones can pull off this caramel-blonde balayage.
#15: The Best Ash Blonde and Caramel
Ash blonde and caramel hair could be the best warm caramel balayage ever.
#16: Salted Caramel Balayage on Short Hair
An elegant version of the sun-kissed beachy look on a wavy bob with fringe – this hairstyle will look stunning if you are looking for a sassy look!
#17: Delicious Toffee Balayage Highlights
Fall can’t come any sooner with a delicious and refreshing hair color melt. It’s simple yet beautiful and works well with naturally dark hair colors.
#18: Bold Brunette to Blonde Ombre
Get rid of your flat hair with a super lovely color melt from dark to light! You’ll get a taste of what it’s like to be blonde without all the necessary maintenance. This look is a beautiful representation of a natural base balayage. Ask yourself where your color is living now. For example, do you have light hair already, and the maintenance is too much, or do you have dark brown hair and want more lightness added back into your hair? You also have to consider sometimes if the integral value of your hair can withstand the lightening process on your ends to create this look.
#19: Blended Black to Caramel Ombre
Go for a caramel color melt as a dark chocolate base melted into warm caramel ends. Ask your stylist to balayage your hair first, then color melt for the blended transition. This caramel balayage on black hair has soft waves created by using a straightener, which can make your color pop. Balayage grows naturally and is great if you want low maintenance and less frequent salon visits. Caramel tones are a great option for brunettes who want to go lighter but don’t want to go blonde. This color is not limiting. It can work for every hair type and face shape.
#20: Healthy Warm Blonde Balayage on Curly Hair
The best thing about this caramel balayage on curly hair is the high contrast between the highlights and the lowlights, bringing out the definition and reflecting brightness to make your curls pop! The curly technique is low-maintenance and perfect if you’re a curly girl who likes to visit the salon twice a year for highlights. Proper at-home care with a sulfate-free shampoo or (co-wash) and a deep conditioner once per week is perfect for maintaining the health of your hair. Curly cuts 4-6 times yearly will keep your ends healthy too.
#21: Chic Butterscotch Balayage on Black Hair
Opt for black hair with butterscotch balayage! The way the waves and color flow lightly together is super chic! When it comes to maintenance, consider your morning routine. It won’t look the same if you don’t do much to your hair and it has an extra curl. You would have to style it continuously to get this look.
Every hair texture and style is so different. It won’t be best for women with curly hair than women with light waves. The same thing goes for the product. Some might have more frizz, so a blowdry is very important. When looking for a style, find one with the same hair type and texture as yours.
#22: Copper Red with Subtle Caramel Balayage Highlights
Go for a color melt that’s reminiscent of hot caramel apple cider. I love the depth and dimension in this copper and golden caramel balayage. Hand-painting a few pieces of caramel adds a touch of brightness to your hair without removing your beautiful base color. Ask your stylist to stick with caramel or caramel with a touch of red. You want the colors to blend well.
For the base, use a mixture of Paul Mitchell’s RBs and use PM Shines to tone your highlights. Paul Mitchell’s Reds are awesome! It’s important to keep your curls moisturized, so ensure you’re doing weekly at-home conditioning treatments. I recommend you enjoy an in-salon deeper treatment once in a while, too.
#23: Modern Chocolate Balayage
Opt for a subtle balayage because it provides a multi-dimensional effect if you don’t want a drastic change. When your hair color is not strongly contrasting, your color grows subtly, providing low-maintenance upkeep. The best hair product for maintaining color should always be a leave-in conditioner! To aid in defining your layers and curls, a light mousse is recommended to shape your style. Finish your style with a light hairspray and a shine spray.
#24: Sun-Kissed Caramel Balayage on Dark Brown Hair
A sun-kissed caramel balayage on dark brown hair is for women who want to have dimension and contrast but low maintenance! The look is accomplished with balayage and toning to a caramel tone. Sectioning your hair is the easier and cleanest way to get the curl pattern you want! Take inch-thick sections and wrap your hair away from your face twice, keeping your ends out. Switch up the direction in the back sections to create a tousled look. Spray your hairspray before breaking up your curls with your fingers so your hair has time to set and lock in.
#25: Trendy Light Caramel Highlights on Brown Hair
These light caramel highlights on brown hair are such a soft and subtle look, but it enhances your natural color with a blended caramel contrast. The coolest thing is its versatility, with it still looking natural. This look is great if you want to enhance your natural color, as it adds some depth and contrast without taking away from it. It looks good when styled and thrown up in a bun, so it’s an amazingly low-maintenance color! For added pop, ask for face-framing highlights!
#26: Muted Mahogany Caramel Balayage
The best thing about a mahogany look is that it was a rose gold attempt. Fashion shades will fade out or turn murky a lot faster than a regular shade, especially if color-safe products are not being used at home. If you’re into maintaining this gorgeous shade, I recommend a color refresh every 6-8 weeks. This is for your average woman who likes to keep it simple and fun. It’s a perfect fall shade, especially if you’re over the age of 50. Style your look with Electric London preparation spray and smoothing cream before blow drying, then flat iron waves, and finish off with Joico Beach Shake for texture and shine.
#27: Classy Deep Caramel Highlights on Dark Hair
Try a high-contrast balayage with a soft melted caramel-inspired look. The caramel tones warmed and will compliment your skin tone so well and help to give you an overall natural glow. Trust in the process. Beauty takes time, and it pays to be patient. Trust your hairstylist and the opinions they give you. Balayage tends to look best with a layered haircut, as it helps showcase your hair’s different tones and dimensions. It’s best complemented with curls or a soft wave style. If your color is accompanied by green, brown, or hazel eyes, you can stop people in their tracks and make their jaws hit the floor!
#28: Natural-Looking Honey Brown Balayage on Medium-Length Hair
If you want a low-maintenance look, ask your stylist to bring the balayaged highlights higher around your face and drop into a halo technique for your sides and back. Choose a caramel tone that best compliments your skin tone and natural hair color. The naturally gorgeous balayaged highs and lows compliment your complexion. You don’t want your hair looking too unnatural for who you are, so stay within the levels you were born to look good in. Keep it simple.
If you want a caramel balayage, make sure that the toner you choose is right for you. The last thing you want is a brassy balayage meant to be caramel. This balayage will last at least 4-6 months, but I advise you to come in for toners and cuts every 6-8 weeks to keep it looking fresh.
#29: Dynamic Bronde Balayage on Straight Hair
This is the perfect caramel balayage highlight on straight hair. What I love about this look is almost everyone can pull this off! It gives your hair such a dimension whether it’s worn curly or straight. This specific caramel balayage on straight hair is great if you want lighter pieces in your hair but don’t want the every 4-6 weeks of upkeep. It keeps the lighter pieces off your scalp, so you don’t have that outgrown look. As always, I recommend a color-safe shampoo to help keep the lifespan of your color longer and a heat protectant to keep your hair nice and healthy.